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Jan 27 2020
Wyoming regulators have issued a one-time permit for Encore Green Environmental to test whether its technology to treat oil drilling and…
Jan 24 2020
The administration issued new rules removing federal protections for half the nation’s wetlands and hundreds of thousands of small waterways, …
Jan 23 2020
The U.S. EPA announced a settlement agreement with the Torrance Refining Company, which agreed to pay $125,000 in penalties for chemical safety and…
Jan 22 2020
The Seattle Barrel and Cooperage Company tasked with collecting used industrial and commercial drums and reconditioning and reselling them has been…
Jan 21 2020
A lab owner hired to ensure water quality for dozens of Mississippi towns has been sentenced to 18 months for faking test results. John H. Couey, 44…
Jan 20 2020
Sewer treatment managers are in the process of handling a huge increase in water flows after heavy rains in the East Bay of San Francisco.  "The rain…
Jan 20 2020
Major U.S. river ecosystems such as the Mississippi are both suffering from and contributing to aquatic dead zones caused by algae blooms in…
Jan 17 2020
In this month’s episode of Talking Under Water, hosts Lauren Del Ciello, Bob Crossen and Katie Johns kick off the episode with some good news …
Jan 17 2020
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
Jan 17 2020
In November 2019, the Baltimore City Council voted unanimously in favor of the WAEA, and on Jan. 13 Mayor Jack Young signed the bill into law. “…
Jan 16 2020
A coding error in Pflugerville Surface Water Treatment Plant's regulations system was responsible for the city's Dec. 24 water treatment issue.…
Jan 15 2020
The city of Ottawa will receive financial assistance from the state to separate its storm sewer flow from the sanitary/combined sewer system. The…
Jan 14 2020
When it comes to enumerating water’s value, the Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility has been developing the tools to educate, entertain and…
Jan 14 2020
As digital transformation continues to drive change in the mining industry, private LTE networks have emerged as the wireless technology of choice to…
Jan 14 2020
With a growing, more prosperous population, the world needs more things. Things are made of basic materials, and many of those materials are mined.…
Jan 14 2020
As global water demand rises and discharge regulations tighten across many industries, water treatment through membrane desalination is becoming…
Jan 14 2020
In 2010, Shelby County Water Services (SCWS) was planning for the future. With new regulations on the horizon, SCWS determined the Talladega/Shelby…
Jan 14 2020
Alaska’s Department of Environmental Conservation discovery of sulfolane and per- and polyfluoroalkyls (PFAS) in the local drinking water wells of…
Jan 14 2020
Sometimes, the efficient operation of a wastewater treatment facility comes down to a few pipes. If the flow in those pipes is reduced by a buildup…
Jan 14 2020
The researchers developed a model to track the water and gauge water quality at the power plant, located near Phoenix, Arizona, which converts heat…
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